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STEVE HARLEY ACOUSTIC BAND

Sunday 22 May 2022


Widely considered one of the most charismatic performers on stage, Steve Harley continues to play to sold-out venues across the UK and Europe.


And with the February 2020 release of the all-acoustic CD, “UNCOVERED”, the original Cockney Rebel shows no sign of slowing down.


The Acoustic Band for 2020 will find Steve supported by long-standing violinist/guitarist Barry Wickens, Oli Hayhurst on double bass, with Dave Delarre on lead guitar.


Steve has been playing Live shows around the world for over 45 years and the thrill of another night in another place to another audience has not dimmed at all.


The acoustic sets for 2020 will include songs from the new CD, plus a selection from the vast and eclectic Harley Songbook. Mr Soft, Judy Teen, Sebastian and the legendary Make Me Smile will all be re-produced in the unique acoustic style.

Tickets: https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/steve-harley-acoustic-band-pavilion-mid-wales-tickets/10918985?pl=pavilionmidwales




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Earlier this month we asked our followers to choose some tunes for our February social Spotify playlist - It's Only Natural

After trawling through the suggestions we have now compiled a 30 track playlist for your listening pleasure.

Link: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5zyilNEes9Sgs0TO6y0gIF...

We hope you enjoy!


March Social - Planes, Trains & Automobiles

For our playlist next month we are looking for songs with a Transport connection....feel free to add your suggestions below

#pavilionmidwales #midwales #powys #radnorshire #LlandrindodWells #socialfun #spotifyplaylist #saveourvenues


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Rock Against Racism (RAR) was formed in 1976, prompted by ‘music’s biggest

colonialist’ Eric Clapton and his support of racist MP Enoch Powell. White Riot blends

fresh interviews with queasy archive footage to recreate a hostile environment of anti -immigrant hysteria and National Front marches. As neo -Nazis recruited the nation’s youth, RAR’s multicultural punk and reggae gigs provided rallying points for resistance.



As founder Red Saunders explains: ‘We peeled away the Union Jack to reveal the

swastika’. The campaign grew from Hoxton fanzine roots to 1978’s huge antifascist

carnival in Victoria Park, featuring X-Ray Spex, Steel Pulse and of course The Clash,

whose rock star charisma and gale-force conviction took RAR’s message to the masses.


Winner Best Documentary at the BFI London Film Festival; Special Mention for the

Generation 14+ Crystal Bear, Berlin Film Festival

Also voted top film at the ICO Spring Screening Days – March 2020

White Riot

Dir. Rubika Shah | 80 mins | UK | 2019

Writers: Ed Gibbs & Rubika Shah (Let’s Dance: Bowie Down Under 2015)

Featuring: Red Saunders; Roger Huddle; Kate Webb; The Clash; Steel Pulse; Tom Robinson; Poly Styrene; Sham 69; Alien Kulture

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